Men against the Sea
- By Charles Nordhoff (1887-1947) & James Norman Hall
Follows the journey of Lieutenant William Bligh and the eighteen men set adrift in an open boat by the mutineers of the Bounty. The story is told from the perspective of Thomas Ledward, the Bounty's acting surgeon, who went into the ship's launch with Bligh. It begins after the main events described in the novel and then moves into a flashback, finishing at the starting point. This true story is considered the greatest open-boat voyage of all time.
Title: Men against the Sea
Series: The Bounty Trilogy
First Published by: Little, Brown
Place: New York